McQuaid Jesuit in One Goal Win Over Bath

-  SPORTSFIVE REPORT:  After a 12-7 loss earlier in the season, McQuaid Jesuit was looking for revenge against Bath. The Knights came back from an early deficit to defeat the Rams 10-9. Bath took a substantial early lead before McQuaid Jesuit scored eight unanswered goals to take the game away from the Rams.

Bath started off the game strong with the first two goals and seven of the first eight. They led 7-1 at the close of the first half. In the third quarter the Knights started to come back but still only took the game to 8-4. The fourth quarter began with three goals in the first two minutes to make the contest a one goal game with 10:17 remaining. McQuaid Jesuit tied the game for first time with an unassisted goal from Luc Watson. One minute later Matt Palmer (assisted by Jack Billitier) gave the Knights their first lead of the game. Billitier assisted on the insurance goal as well to Tommy Crocker. Bath's final goal was scored by Tyler Finch, but the Rams could not come back to force overtime.

In the cage for McQuaid Jesuit, Hunter Goldstin finished with 12 saves (57%). For the Rams, Jacob Cupp recorded 13 saves.

 



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